When you bring business to the Portland metro area, you’ll not only find a world-class port, you’ll also find an unparalleled quality of life.
We offer business and industrial parks and airport properties with features to suit your every need. From large and buildable lots to established and move-in-ready distribution and logistics facilities, you’ll find the ideal space for your business.
We are focused on ensuring prosperity for all and social equity in the development of our industrial properties.
For 60 years, we’ve developed land to help businesses flourish, supporting trade, local growth and job creation. We do this through strong local, regional and state partnerships.
We turned the Troutdale Reynolds Industrial Park, a 700-acre former brownfield site, into a job center for the community. The land was formerly home to the Reynolds aluminum plant and pollution from its previous life was cleaned up so it could be put back into productive use. Watch the video to learn how we worked with Metro and other partners to bring it back to life.
Thanks to a partnership with the City of Gresham, quality jobs and businesses with a future have revitalized this property, which we bought in 2011. The Port purchased the land in 2011 following the economic downtown. Hear from the city’s mayor how we’re changing the community.
We own five industrial parks, three airports and four active marine terminals. Each of the properties benefit from Portland’s comprehensive transportation system of ocean shipping, transcontinental railways and highways, river barging and a domestic and international direct air service. Tenants on our properties can connect with domestic and foreign markets quickly and gain a strategic advantage for reaching customers, suppliers and resources.
Located 14 miles east of Portland, Gresham Vista Business Park makes an ideal location for manufacturing, technical services, food processing, logistics and commercial/retail/office mixed development. This 221-acre property boasts over 1.7 million square feet of industrial space and is home to users from Subaru to Element Six. The park also features connected multi-use paths and protected open space.
Located adjacent to the Columbia and Sandy Rivers, this 700-acre former brownfield site has been transformed by the Port into a thriving industrial park. TRIP is home to Amazon and FedEx, with projected employment of more than 3,500 jobs. An additional 350 acres has been preserved and developed as a natural wetlands mitigation site, and we have worked with community partners to extend the 40-Mile Loop trail through the property.
Located adjacent to Portland International Airport along I-205 and Airport Way, Portland International Center is a large, mixed-use, master-planned business park. The 458-acre site features Class “A” office space, lodging, flex space, warehousing and light manufacturing. It offers excellent visibility, as well as easy highway and airport access to the businesses in the park. Portland International Center also includes the Cascade Station retail and office park.
Located at the confluence of the Columbia and Willamette Rivers and nine miles northwest of downtown Portland, Rivergate is Oregon’s primary gateway for international trade. It offers easy access to freeways, railroads and marine terminals. At 2,800 acres, Rivergate is Portland’s largest industrial park with more than 14 million square feet of buildings.
Located close-in to downtown Portland, the 430-acre Swan Island Industrial Park is a major corporate center and hub for distribution, warehousing and manufacturing activities. Swan Island is home to approximately 170 businesses including Daimler Trucks, UPS, FedEx, CEMEX, Vigor Industrial and Columbia Distributing.
Portland International Airport (PDX) offers nonstop international service to Canada, Europe and Asia as well as to more than 50 nonstop domestic locations. All cargo carriers offer domestic and international air cargo options including nonstop air cargo service to Incheon International Airport (ICN), Korea with connections to a multitude of Asian markets.
Nestled in the middle of the Silicon Forest is Oregon’s second busiest airport. Surrounded by a strong business community, Hillsboro Airport is home to 25 businesses, including the aircraft operation facilities for Intel and Nike. The airport is served by three runways and an onsite U.S. Customs and Border Protection facility.
Located at the mouth of the scenic Columbia River Gorge is Troutdale Airport. With a strong flight training and recreational aircraft presence and direct access to I-84 and downtown Portland, Troutdale is quickly becoming the entry point to the east side metro area for those flying in.